Yesterday, the National Police Chief valued the public’s love for the Police to investigate used clothes –

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Jakarta ( – Various legal events have colored national news coverage on Sunday (19/3), starting from National Police Chief Listyo Sigit Prabowo assessing that the public still loves the National Police to the investigation into the smuggling of imported used clothes.

Here are five yesterday’s legal news as summarized by

1. Listyo Sigit: The public still loves Polri very much

National Police Chief Gen. Pol. Listyo Sigit Prabowo instructed all Polri members to continue working and provide optimal service to the community in order to maintain public security and order and eradicate crime.

In a statement received in Jakarta, Sunday, Listyo Sigit conveyed this while inaugurating the Mobile Brigade Dormitory in West Kalimantan.

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2. Rafters Fadjar Prasetyo made a working visit to Kupang

Kupang ( – Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Air Force (Kasau) Marshal TNI Fadjar Prasetyo, Sunday, arrived at the El Tari Kupang Air Base (Lanud) for a working visit and the declaration of stunting in Kupang City and Kupang Regency.’s monitoring at El Tari Kupang Air Force Base, the arrival of Kasau using a Falcon 8x/A-0808 jet aircraft was immediately picked up by the Governor of East Nusa Tenggara Viktor B Laiskodat and a number of Forkompimda in the NTT region.

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3. Rafters: Radar in Kupang will be updated soon

The Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Air Force (Kasau) Marshal TNI Fadjar Prasetyo stated that he would immediately update the defense equipment, especially the radar in the Radar Unit (Satrad) 226 in Buraen Village, Kupang Regency, East Nusa Tenggara.

“This radar is very old, but it will be replaced with a newer radar,” said TNI Marshal Fadjar Prasetyo while inspecting the radar directly in Buraen Village, South Amarasi District, Kupang Regency, Sunday.

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4. Experts call restorative justice only for minor crimes

Constitutional law expert Hibnu Nugroho said that the application of restorative justice in the country can only be carried out for minor crimes, so it cannot be applied to serious crimes, such as the case that ensnared Mario Dandy Satriyo (MDS).

“(The persecution case involving the MDS suspect) The punishment is severe, the (persecution is planned) again,” said Hibnu in a written statement received in Jakarta, Sunday.

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5. The National Police Chief orders the ranks to investigate the smuggling of imported used clothes

National Police Chief Gen. Pol. Listyo Sigit Prabowo ordered his staff to investigate allegations of smuggling of imported used clothes to Indonesia which had an impact on the disruption of the domestic textile industry.

The order follows President Joko Widodo’s instructions to investigate and find the root cause of the rampant import of used clothes into the country.

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Herald: Rangga Pandu Asmara Jingga
Editor: Triono Subagyo


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